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Andrea Baellow, an athletic training major, shares her experiences performing undergraduate research on the relation of the hip to ACL injuries and their prevalence in younger females. Her experiential education at High Point University was supported by the state of the art Human Biomechanics & Physiology Lab, where she could apply what she has learned […]
High Point resident Hank Brodt spoke to the HPU family and community about his experiences in 5 the Holocaust. This event is part of the Community Enrichment Series, which features dozens of cultural events, speakers, and performers on the HPU campus that are open to the public. Brodt, 90, who now lives in High Point, […]
Each year at HPU, students enjoy campus decorations, time-honored traditions, and simple forms of fellowship that center around the holidays.
The 2014 HPU Gratitude Project: High Point University students take time to document their blessings.
During this special time of thanks, take a moment to reflect on opportunities to connect and serve, and be actively grateful and thankful for the country we live in and the blessings we enjoy. Happy Thanksgiving from the entire High Point University family.
Paige Wall, class of 2011, chose to be extraordinary in her career at Katy Sweet & Associates Public Relations in Los Angeles, CA. As a Strategic Communications major at High Point University, Paige gained valuable experience through classwork and internships that prepared her for success in world and public relations.
Erinn Spack, class of 2015, met and worked with correspondents, anchors, and producers as an Operations Intern with CBS News in Washington, D.C. Erinn was able to apply the information that she learned in production classes at High Point University during her internship.
Kara Bonini, Class of 2015, interned with the Washington Redskins as a Business Development/Special Events Intern. At High Point University, she learned the value of work experience, persistence, and rising to a challenge, which helped her secure this internship.
Caring faculty member Phil Watson and the Office of Career and Internship Services advised Brittanie Joyner, a strategic communications major, and helped her attain a position as the Conference Concierge for the Association of American Medical Colleges in Washington, DC. She attributes much of her success to her experience at High Point University, learning the […]